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, and this time in malaysia. a plant for refining rare earth metals has begun operations one year behind schedule, but protests continue by local residents concerned about the impact on health and the environment. australian mining company lynas began refining rare earths on friday at the plant in malaysia's central state of paham. the facility is the largest of its kind outside china. lynas plans to use it to produce about 22,000 tons a year of rare earths including neodymium. the substance is a key component of electric vehicle motors and other high-tech products. china dominates the rare earth market, and companies looking to diversify their supplies are keeping a close eye on developments at the plant in malaysia. and japan hopes to secure one-third of its annual supply from the facility when it reaches full capacity. start-up was delayed for more than a year amid protests by local residents and environmental groups. they're worried the plant's radioactive waste may contaminate the local environment. in a statement on friday, lynas said it would provide data to reassure people the plant is sa
. its board members cite strong growth in southeast asia, especially in the philippines and malaysia. the bank's board members revised their estimate from 5.6% in october to 5.9%. the five countries are the philippines, malaysia, indonesia, thailand, and vietnam. the bank official said third-quarter expansion in the philippines was high at 7.1%. they said rising consumption and public investment in malaysia is contributing to the region's growth. the story was different for japan. they lowered their 2012 growth estimate by 0.6 percentage points. they cited a drop in exports stemming from a territorial dispute with china. the bank officials say southeast asian economies are supported by solid domestic demand. they added the countries are relatively unaffected by the debt woes in europe. >>> as if to back up the ad bcs's projection, japan's economy remained out of steam in october. the latest key economic indicator fell for the seventh straight month. the cabinet office says the coincidence index of the economy ticked down 0.9 points from september to 90.6. the index tracks the current
. we will speak with ronny jumeau and martin khor of the south centre in malaysia, and then anjali appadurai. >> you have been negotiating my whole life, you have failed to meet targets and a broken promises. >> a year after calling on world figures to do more to save the planet, the 22-year-old american college student was banned from the climate talks here in doha for the first week. she joins us today h. then we look at how the koch brothers are influencing climate policy.politic this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the death toll from a massive typhoon in the southern philippines has doubled to more than 270 people. typhoon bopha is the most southerly typhoon ever recorded in the western pacific and the strongest to hit the philippines this year. 80,000 people have been forced to flee their homes. we will have more from doha after headlines. new clashes have erupted in egypt in the ongoing uproar over a proposed referendum on a new constitution. on tuesday, thousands took to the streets to protest egyptian president mohamed mursi'
in malaysia, you wouldn't believe the crocodiles get to be 21, 22, 23 feet long, over 2,000 pounds. much bigger than your stage here. >> i think we should go quickly to commercial break. >> you want to hold it? >> i don't want to hold curly, no. i think we're in a no-touching zone on this show. >>> when we come back, happy feet penguins, jack, and one of the oldest animals in the world. first, here's one of jack's top five animal close encounters. with a puff ader. >> what are you doing? >> demonstrating how the eyes are fixed on movement and how they don't want to hurt anyone. >> oh, my gosh. >> they can't see you. they can smell you. >> oh! >> you don't classify as food, so you're not on the menu and pretty safe. >>> i'm back with the closest thing to a living dr. doolittle, jack hanna, introducing furry friends, it's a ridiculous description given we have crocodiles and tigers, let's pretend they are furry friends. this is a bit more like it. this is a nice looking penguin. >> black-footed penguin. if you're on a game show, how many species of penguin, 17, thing is, only five out of 1
the end of their lives. >>> college students have a rare chance to learn japanese theater in malaysia. 20 students were invited on stage. they were shown how actors move and holding their neck stiff. the students mimicked his movements and exaggerated laughter. they followed the lesson with a performance of a comedy. it's the story of a master who orders servants not to eat sugar telling them it's poisonous. they ignore his instructions and later act innocent. >> translator: i want to show how it it's expressed through time and language like a mirror that reflects human nature. >> he said he was happy students elsewhere can appreciate the humor in japanese culture. >>> government officials hope to lead an nick turn around by reving red pe. theiderelatinghe retail sector trying to attract foreign retailers to open stores. media have dubbed the policy the big bang reform. people who own shops are less enthusiastic. >> reporter: massive rallies took place across india in september to protest against the planned reforms. many small shop owners are worried that deregulation threatens their bus
in malaysia, the crocodiles get to be 21, 22, 23 feet long, much bigger than your stage here. >> i think we should go quickly to commercial break. >> you want to hold it? >> i don't want to hold curly, no. i think we're in a no-touching zone on this show. >>> when we come back, happy feet penguins, jack, and one of the oldest animals in the world. first, here's one of jack's top five animal close encounters. >> what are you doing? >> demonstrating how the eyes are fixed on movement and how they don't want to hurt anyone. >> oh, my gosh. >> they can't see you. they can smell you. >> oh! >> you don't classify as food, so you're not on the menu and pretty safe. have all the fun?ight get two times the points on dining in restaurants, with chase sapphire preferred. good afternoon. chase sapphire. (push button tone) this is stacy from springfield. oh whoa. hello? yes. i didn't realize i'd be talking to an actual person. you don't need to press "0," i'm here. reach a person, not a prompt whenever you call chase sapphire. [ sniffs ] i took dayquil but my nose is still runny. [ male announcer ] trut
's just say vietnam or malaysia, and then to get it at a price point that was reasonable, you would have to sell tens of thousand thousands of them. but now you can send this to the other side of the world and they can print out the exact same object. >> it's the exact same object. just like we send a file or document around the world, we can do that with physical objects. there has been a bunch of interesting experiments with this, ideas like not just how it's made but where if can be made. a colleague of mine just did it in a simulation of space with the idea of instead of bringing the complete inventory of parch you would need in a space station. take a 3-d printer and print what you need. if you're in a remote village of africa take a 3-d printer and you can print what you need. >> i would imagine something huge you would need something more than a small box, you would have robotic arms that go on and on and on? i read that down at usc they're printing a building. >> yes, there is a guy down at usc, a professor who printed a building. enormous robotic structure computer controlled, h
with other nagz su nations such as vietnam and malaysia. the consumer price index for november will come out on tuesday. the cpi in the country rose 2.7% in october from a year earlier. on wednesday, they will release trade numbers for november. they were in the red for the fourth straight month. on the same day, we'll find out if the u.s. housing market continues to recover. the commerce department will release housing starts for november. new housing construction grew for three months in a row through october. the bank of japan will wind up a regular two-day meeting for its panel on thursday. in november the lbj promised to keep monetary policy unchanged. also on thursday, the u.s. will release a final dpg reading for november. they've already released the gdp growth upward saying the economy expanded at an annual pace of 2.7% during this three months. that's all for me for now. i'll leave you with how the markets are starting off this week here in asia. >>> voters in tokyo had an additional choice to make on election day, and they chose former vice governor nelki to lead their prefecture.
ads around the country and overseas, jermt -- germany and malaysia. same picture and very similar wording, but different supposed sellers. for debbie, it is not just about the money. she was so excited to get that puppy to help her through a difficult time. >> what do you think about what they did? >> i think it was a horrible thing. it was like somebody sucker punched me in the stomach. i am r50e67ing out now so nobody will experience what i was experiencing. >> from what money gram tells me the scammers had an accomplice. those three wire transfers were picked up in palo alto. but you don't have to show an id if it is under $899. so the person and the cash are long gone. i am adding links to ic3 and other resources on the pet scans at abc7news.com. ama, larry? >> so disappointing for that woman. >> oh, the holidays, and she really wanted something to boost her spirits. it is not going to happen it looks like. >> hopefully she will get a dog one way or another. >>> let's move to the forecast. >> just call me eyey. we have an icy cold night ahead as the temperatures are going down
, cutting travel time in half to just eight hours. >> floods in malaysia have forced more than 13,000 people to flee their homes. the floods have hit several states of the country's east coast. one woman died after slipping into a swollen river, and forecasters are expecting more rain to fall. >> china's leading producer of rare earth is attempting to shut down some plants in an attempt to stem falling prices. the group will keep some mines and factories closed until the end of january. >> rare earths are crucial in making a broad range of high- tech products. prices have been declining due to falling demand, and a growing number of companies are turning to alternatives to cut costs. than helping those in need and providing assistance to the deprived our universal concepts around the world. >> we bring you an example from mexico where a catholic priest is helping people at his mission in the south of the country. it is a chance the station where impoverished migrants are trying to make their way to the united states. >> we bring you this special report on his exceptional work. >> they call t
for natural disasters. >> reporter: they also set up a warehouse in malaysia to hold emergency supplies. aid was sent to the facility to the philippines where a typhoon struck earlier this month. also attending wednesday's ceremony were teachers from japan's northeastern region which was hit hard by a tsunami in march last year. they expressed empathy with the people of aceh province. >> translator: people in both japan and indonesia lost many precious things in the tsunami. but i believe that we can look forward to a brighter future by cooperating and helping each other. >> translator: a natural disaster will hit us as soon as we forget. the ceremony allows people to remember victims and to remember to be a nation that is always prepared. shin ya sato, nhk world, indonesia. >>> the results so far have been eye-catching for a japanese artist. >> this woman decor rates porcelain in a japanese factory. it specializes in a style known as khatani ware known for its famous colors a kind since. usually, keller works out of the porcelain factory in vienna. it is europe's seconds oldest, founded in
in more than a hundred ads around the country and overseas, jermt -- germany and malaysia. same picture and very similar wording, but different supposed sellers. for debbie, it is not just about the money. she was so excited to get that puppy to help her through a difficult time. >> what do you think about what they did? >> i think it was a horrible thing. it was like somebody sucker punched me in the stomach. i am r50e67ing out now so nobody will experience what i was experiencing. >> from what money gram tells me the scammers had an accomplice. those three wire transfers were picked up in palo alto. but you don't have to show an id if it is under $899. so the person and the cash are long gone. i am adding links to ic3 and other resources on the pet scans at abc7news.com. ama, larry? >> so disappointing for that woman. >> oh, the holidays, and she really wanted something to boost her spirits. it is not going to happen it looks like. >> hopefully she will get a dog one way or another. >>> let's move to the forecast. >> just call me eyey. we have an icy cold night ahead as the temperatur
and malaysia and brunei claim sovereignty over all or some of the spratly's, high ranking military officers say their country has started to deploy marines in nine islands and shoals since september. the country had already stationed naval officers there. the military says personal numbers have almost doubled on some of the islands. before the deployment, the marines underwent training on protecting the islands and been equipped with upgraded weapons. philippines began expanding its military facility on the island to accommodate equipment and personnel for drills and other operations. the country is developing oil and natural gas in nearby waters. china is also increasing military presence in the south china sea to boost its claim to maritime interest in the area. it is intended to solidify its defense on the islands and shoals. nhk world, manila. >> some asean nations are taking a hard stance but sources have revealed that myanmar canceled what would have been the first port call by the self-defense force vessels. myanmar wanted to prevent a strong reaction from china. informed sources say two
to show what ideas are coming out of the far east, china, malaysia, the philippines, singapore as well as all over from europe. perhaps from africa and south america. we can learn from that just as we have done with concepts like sunday streets where people take back the streets and start having fun in our urban communities and bringing out the children to enjoy the environment. this is our future generations so we have to have the best ideas. how to keep our environment and our strong. i want to tell you that there are a tremendous amount of enthusiasm for keeping our city grain trade we have at least three different projects that we have been focused on for a number of years. i have had the privilege with working with mohammed and our city engineers to accomplish this. most importantly with our community leaders and volunteers throughout every part of our neighborhoods. i hope that you do you is your time and take advantage of our wonderful weather to go out and do as many doors as possible of all the -- tours as possible of all the community gardens. we have a committee challenge pr
at wedding chapels, from malaysia to hong kong to vegas and right here in new york city. by one estimate, 7,500 weddings in one day. there was also a baby bonanza, and here's just one of the babies who managed to arrive at 12:12 a.m. on the rare triple 12 day. >>> and, now, an update on this index photo we showed you two days ago. you remember the video of the baby monkey who became a sensation, when he was found wandering in an ikea store, wearing a winter coat. we've now seen him with his owner, who says he escaped from the cage. here is video of them both. she's brushing her teeth, the little monkey doing the same. he has been taken away from her and put into a sanctuary until further notice. and we will tell you what happens. and we do check every day to see what you're noticing out there in the world, so, tweet me your thoughts for "instant index," @dianesawyer. >>> and, coming up, we issued the challenge, so many of you responded. amazing ideas to make sure all of us have a made in america christmas. [ female announcer ] you spend weeks planning it. you spend all day cooking it. so wh
it was for these flying dare devils, look at this, it was in malaysia. on the way down, they glide, flip, twirl, they filmed it all. capturing some breathtaking views. that was really something to see. >>> to our person tonight. superstar beyonce planning to share the super bowl spotlight at halftime and apparently you don't have to be a single lady. here's the deal, beyonce is looking for a hundred fans to shake it up with her on stage, during super bowl sunday. the pepsi concert begins online. they say, send beyonce your pictures. if you're chosen you could be on stage with her on super bowl sunday. if you can move like that. our "instant index" here for a saturday night. >>> when we come back -- one extraordinary return. an entire team's prayers answered and the coach who will return tomorrow, you'll hear from him right here tonight. at usaa, we know military life is different. we've been there. that's why every bit of financial advice we offer is geared specifically to current and former military members and their families. [ laughs ] dad! dad! [ applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] li
? >> i found shows, in malaysia, they are over 2000 pounds. you are talking about something bigger than your stage here. >> i think we should go to a commercial break. >> i don't want to holdid. >> when we come back penguins and one of the oldest animals. first one of jack's top five. >> i'm demonstrating how the eyes are fixed on movement. and how they don't want to hurt anyone. they can't see you, they can smell you, but you don't qualify as food. >>> i'm back with the closest thing with a living dr. doolittle. this is a nice friendly looking penguin. only five live in cold weather. all the rest live in warm weather. >> really? >> this is from south africa. this is called the black footed penguin or the jackass penguin. this one is not. this one was endangered about a year ago. they don't eat the penguin by the way. the animals have a lot of problems there. they have more feathers per square inch. >> if i could say look, what would it be? >> having raised animals all of my life, the elephant is one of the most intelligent animals in the world. >> if you can have one. >> an elephant is
. >> ever found human remains inside? >> i found shows, in malaysia, they are over 2000 pounds. you are talking about something bigger than your stage here. >> i think we should go to a commercial break. >> i don't want to holdid. >> when we come back penguins and one of the oldest animals. first one of jack's top five. >> i'm demonstrating how the eyes are fixed on movement. and how they don't want to hurt anyone. they can't see you, they can smell you, but you don't qualify as food. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you really don't want to pay more than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and if it finds one, you get refunded the difference. just use your citi card and register your purchase online. have a super sparkly day! ok. [ male announcer ] no
to a number of rescue operations in malaysia. more than 13,000 people were evacuated from the country's east coast today as monsoonal rain hit the region. at least one death is reported more than 6500 people have had to flee their homes. they have nearly 200 relief centers available to help the evacuees. >>> and the world's longest high-speed rail line is now open for business in china. the first trip was this morning as passengers boarded a train in bay bridge. the line is 1,428 miles long ending in the southern city of [ non-english language ] the city takes 8 hours compared with the more than 20 hours for the previous system >>> some encouraging news on child obesity. the problem appears to be easing among small children in poor families. the centers for disease control followed 27 million children between the ages of 2 and 4 from 1998 to 2010 and the rate of obesity decreased from 15 to in3 to 14.9%. extreme obesity went down by 2%. >>> a new study suggests there may be a genetic component to how children feel pain. researchers at geneva university in switzerland analyzed the dna of 168
be dressed more chastely for shows this weekend in the islamic countries of indonesia and malaysia. j-lo as i like to call her and her dancers have been instructed to wear clothes that don't show mens' chest or women's cleavage and sexy dance moves will have to remember laughs in assisted of maybing love. it is necessary to apiece local muslims, clerics. let's discuss in -- >> lightning roooooouuunnndd. lightning round. joy anthony, as a man who appreciates clove veg, male and female, should she cave in, or is it more a matter that she is honoring the local customs? >> i'm amazed they take these gigs at all to be frank. i don't think they deserve that entertainment. i don't think they deserve that type of entertainment. let's stick to what i assume to be horrible entertainment they would normally have why should they change what they do? >> well, she is putting together a tour. she can save double her gross. >> oh it is about money? oh then yes of course she should do whatever they ask and cover everything up and do half of what you usually do. >> she says why not take it? the money is good.
to travel, and free to have bank accounts in malaysia and switzerland and all the places where they're still able to move about. we should go after them as well and make it known the iranians that our sanctions are not going after ordinary people but after the regime. >> i'd like to open it up to questions from the audience. we have 25 minutes left. and please, when i call on your, identify yourself and address the question to one of the members of the panel. this gentleman here in the third row. >> my name is joel. i address this to anybody who spoke about the p-5 plus one. if any of you stud yesterday closely the persona or bare ron yes yes, you'd be hard pressed to find a person less ready to be involved in negotiations. anyone who reads here understands this. >> i mentioned -- that's just the structure that has evolved to deal with the issue, and the europeans -- the foreign minister of the european union takes that position as representing the european union, and other countries are represented. ordinarily by political directors. they don't have to be but that's how the issue evolved. s
million in revenue in 14 months. the casino is owned by a group out of malaysia. the largest gambling operator in england and southeast asia now the king of queens. here's why. >> i go to this casino in queens because it's close to home. >> reporter: this is a free shuttle picking up casino goers at nearby transit hubs. the bus represents a gambling migration. new yorkers are not trekking a few hours out of town to atlantic city and connecticut casinos. >> more easy. this time i play and i'm back home. >> reporter: did you used to go to atlantic city. if so, why do you come here now? >> first of all, much more convenient and i don't have all that driving. >> reporter: resorts world will take new york, but, still wants, well, the world. >> we want to atrack other people here from other players. we want to build a resort and an experience. >> reporter: resorts world doesn't have it all yet when it comes to table games. machines, not humans spill the roulette wheel and roll the dice. you can still find human beings and some winners. because my bag was near you. that's my bag there. that
tomorrow we may see in malaysia and indonesia and elsewhere enraged about the movie a was made in california but while rage can spread around the world, it is a starting point. once you start to analyze what is likely to happen in egypt next and in syria you get different scenarios based on the legacy of geography. geography shows libya was in the country but a geographical expression with triple the oriented than tunisia or alexandria and egypt so it can only be governed through the totalitarian means and once that collapses though we have an elected government in tripoli it cannot project power beyond a greater aaa lisieux you have a problem with governor allin capacity and lydia that cannot deal with the crisis in egypt it's different. in egypt you have a country that has been an age-old cluster of civilization for thousands of years, a cohesive community beyond the normal where the government has far fewer the bureaucratic and institutional power even under the strenuous regime the government in libya has and they have an army, it has police forces, but its problem is polit
in malaysia jungles. he feels with the whiskers in darkness. he smells like popcorn. >> he smells like popcorn. >> we get so hungry in the truck driving around with him because he smells like popcorn. the claws -- >> do you never get bitten. >> they raise the animal and know they are wild animals. we want to bring them to teach people about these creatures and animals. some people shoot the animal because they may eat chickens or something. the good lord created creatures for a reason. they call him bearcat because he feels like a bear. have you ever touched a bear? >> no. >> that's stupid. >> no it is sensible. >> not many people have seen a bearcat. >> thank you very much. next, we have, i think this is a palm siva. he. >> his droppings are used to fertilize coffee. >> he eats a coffee bean. goes in his stomach, through his sbensens and they take it and bake it and $500 a pound palm civet. ten years ago in asia, this is the animal that causes the sars disease. not this animal but the species of animal. it is a delicacy in asia. sells $200. they use for perfume in the 40s or '50s and the anim
, canada approving a $5.25 billion deal proposed by malaysia petroleum in bid for progress energy. canada selling off assets to two state-owned entities. cnooc deal liable to get a little bit of attention here as well i'm sure, melissa. melissa: very much so. robert, thanks so much. >>> moving on we picked up on an interesting idea to solve the debt crisis. here it is. have the government mint two platinum coins and assign them a value of trillion dollars each. deposit the coins directly into the federal reserve, boom like magic we're $2 trillion away from hitting debt ceiling. under the current law this is perfectly legal. our "money" power panel is back to discuss economist peter morici. jonathan hoenig from capitalist pig.com and ian shepherd son from pantheon macro advisors. guys, what do you think? this is serious idea out there being float the around. we have the peterson institute, they're a bunch of serious folks out there saying i like it. there is nothing obviously economic problematic bit. what do you think? peter, i let you go first. >> i'm surprised. there is a lot that probl
bleeding and is getting high doses of antibiotics. >>> across the east coast of malaysia more than 6,000 people have been evacuated. you can see the pictures there in the wake of storms that caused severe flooding. authorities warn that two major rivers are at dangerous levels. heavy rain is expected to continue for several more days. oh, it's the old man. hold on, i gotta send something out. you can have two apps open at the same time? how'd you do that? it's the galaxy note 10.1 man, it just does it. how do you think they made it? magic. do more with the samsung galaxy note 10.1. available at best buy and st buy mobile stores. [ woman ] ♪ what i want this season ♪ if you'd like to try and guess ♪ ♪ it is something very special ♪ i would readily confess [ dogs barking ] ♪ 'cause all i want this season ♪ ♪ is something from your heart ♪ la da da, la da da [ male announcer ] thinking of others this holiday season, travelers. yeah we both relieve coughs, sneezing, aches, fevers. and i relieve nasal congestion. overachiever. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-sy
anything. malaysia has a higher rate of diabetes than the united states and doesn't use the stuff at all. i'm glad we're bringing this up because the question is, are these chemicals me tabbized differently? what does your body do when it sees fructose? does it use the same amount of insulin? there is some evidence it causes more fat to produce in the liver. one thing is sure, it's not healthy. sugar is not healthy an is not . i have gone on tv saying many times people should have less calories, period. that's how you lose weight. you exercise more. we're having a diabetes epidemic. i'm not going to come on the show and say this is good. >> heather: what's the connection between the two? >> the connection between the two is that it's possible that fructose is even worse than regular sugar that, it gets past the usual insulin coming totterer's do you want up slip comes to the rescue and tries to get the sugar into the cells before it poisons you and causes metabolic syndrome. fructose may be harder for to us handle than regular sugar. both are bad for us. so i don't want people out there to
setting meeting. the central bank says it's trying to shore up the weak currently. in malaysia, we'll get october factory output numbers. in geneva, ross westgate will be with us next. ross, what have you got for us? >> would he have been talking to a lot of companies that build up to these trade links, about how they're getting shielded from the global sectors and more opening up of trade. we'll hear from the ceo when we come back from "worldwide exchange." , >>> it's a trade link today. the numbers, the trade disputes this year has gone up. but some global reaches help some companies against the impact. parading at a local level in some companies has given them some form of protection. >> we make fragrances and flavors which go into a really wide variety of products. you know, from the soap, the basic soap that you would see in emerging markets such as china or even africa nowadays to snacks, to instant noodles in asia. but it also goes all the way to luxury fragrances. so that makes, you know, in the first place a very significant difference. we are dealing with day-to-day needs of the
ever. pockets of emerging markets, malaysia surprised us this year with strong ipos, more private equity investing in these next tier emerging markets. >> so what is your prognostication? >> we think the u.s. is going to continue to be strong. if they can solve the fiscal cliff issues, keep economic indicators up, what they're doing with the jobs is good, performance is good. asia is going to take a while. end of 2013, we will see good purely activity. that will depend on investor sentiment and good, active performance in stock. >> so a bit of reassurance that these companies can be invested, the one the country and the company is managed. >> investors are concerned about return and certainty. anytime you can beat analyst expectations, deliver on your promises, you'll have strong results. if you don't, you suffer a 50% in market value drop immediately and take up to three years to regain credibility. so it's really important to be at a public company ready before the event. >> there's a number of high profile ipos, for example. >> there will be even greater premiums demand on pric
, and they are not captioned, free to travel, and free to have bank accountings in malaysia, switses land, andñ&r n all the -- switzerland and all the places where they are able to move baht. -- about. go after them saying our sanctions are not after ordinary people, but the regime. >> i'd like to open it up to questions from the audience. i think we have about 20-25 minutes left. please, when i call on you, identify yourself, and address the question to a member of the panel. this gentleman here in the third row. >> i'm joel, and i trust this to any of you who spoke about the p-5 plus-1. if you studied the persona of those leading it, hard to find a person anywhere in the world more unsuited to successfully lead this kind of negotiation. how can you attach seriousness to the negotiation headed by her? i'm not going to go into detail here as to why i'm saying this, but anyone who studies her understands it. >> who wants to take a crack at it? >> i mentioned people. i mean that's just the structure that evolved to deal with this particular issue, and the european, foreign minister of the european union,
, japan, malaysia, europe. there are people providing inputs to defense projects, commercially coming from all around the globe. >> guest: major military programs, the anti warfare program, the casey 46 tanker are actually commercial derivatives. they're built on the same line. a ticket out of the line only when you need to put in specialized equipment, and by that process using the commercial process to reduce the cost. >> there is the future. >> host: illinois, republican, >> caller: man. >> host: your on. >> guest: there is an old saying. we will talk on the war is over. we have been a war for 209 years how would you possibly think of cutting defense when in my humble opinion i think we could use fewer, less fat people and take care of entitlements. thank you. >> host: debra in ohio. democratic column. go ahead. >> caller: i was thinking, on this year fiscal cliff, to save money, why can't they put a tab on what these greedy hospitals, doctors, ambulance, lifelike, prescriptions, why can't they put a cap on what they are allowed to charge instead of the agreed bills that they are chargi
it. >>> police in malaysia have made a dent in the illegal trade of elephant tusks. they seized a shipment worth $20 million. it was headed to china, where elephant tusks are in high demand. poachers slaughter thousands of elephants in order to get the tusks. >>> salvation army workers in oklahoma found a wedding ring in one of their red kettles, but they don't know if the ring is really a generous donation or if it slipped off someone's finger, someone could be really upset right now that they don't know where the ring is. they are giving the owner 90 days to come forward. after that it's considered a donation. >>> suffering through a losing season in the nfl is bad enough, but blocking your own punter's kick? more on last night's bizarre play, coming up. >> you're not supposed to do that. this holiday, share everything. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. shareable data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a droid incredible 4g lte by htc for $49.99. i need you. i feel so alone. but you're not alone. i kne
guard. they are not sanctioned, free to travel, and free to have bank accounts in malaysia and places where they're able to move about. we should go after them as well and make it known to the irony is that our sanctions are not going after ordinary people. >> i would like to open it up to questions from the audience. when i call on you, identify yourself and address the row? >> i addressed this to any of you who talked about the p-5 +1. if you studied the persona of baroness ashton, it would be hard to find a person anywhere in the world more unsuited to successfully lead this kind of negotiation. how can you attach seriousness to a negotiation headed by her? i will not go into details but anyone who has studied her understand this. >> who wants to take a crack at this? ray? >> that's just the structure that has evolved to deal with this particular issue. the foreign minister of the european minister takes that position as representing the european union. the united states and other countries are represented. some of these structures are just continuity. they have evolved and they ju
sea. >> vietnam and malaysia claim soverei sovereigncy over all. their company has started to deploy marines on nine islands since october. the country had already stationed naval officers there. the military says personal numbers have almost doubled on some of the islands. before the deployment, the lead marines underwent training on protecting the islands. they have been equipped with upgraded weapons. the phillipines have also began expanding its military facility on the island of lawa to complement equipment and drills and other operations. the company's developing oil and natural gas in nearby waters. china is also increasing military presence in the south china sea to boost its claim to maritime interests in the area. the phillipines deployment is intended to solidify its defense of the islands and shores. nhk world, manila. >>> china's imports and exports are growing at a rate other countries can only envy. still the minister on foreign trade says growth is slowing. he says it's probably fallen far short of its government's target this year. chen dumen says he thinks imports a
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